Truckee skiers finish season in second
Truckee High School’s alpine ski team finished the season Wednesday with a total of 30 points ” good enough for second place behind North Tahoe’s 36 points. The races, held at Homewood, were the last until the March 1championships at Alpine Meadows.
For Truckee’s class A team, Danny Kruck placed seventh by posting a time of 1:31.19. Duncan Lowder finished in eighth place with a time of 1:33.29. Kevin Flynn, with a time of 1:36.18, placed 11th, Kyler Coxsen placed 13th in 1:39.28, and Michael Kruck finished in 17th place with a time of 1:43.05. Owen Smith finished in 33rd place and Josh Benge 34th.
Leading the class B team was Jason Smith, who posted a time good enough for first place at 1:44.41. Kiernan Mooney finished in fifth place with a time of 1:51.50. Placing 11th was Sam Silver with a time of 1:58.30, Jehren Boehm finished 15th with a time of 2:02.16, and Sean Mooney finished 23rd in 3:03.44. Billy Mann placed 25th, Christian Breit 30th, and Will Akers 31st.
For the girls class A, Michelle Delumyea placed sixth with a time of 1:37.65, Whitney Lewis was seventh at 1:40.85, Paola Teran finished eighth with a time of 1:41.82, and Shannon Horn placed ninth in 1:42.29.
Truckee’s individual points leader for the season, on the boys side, is Danny Kruck with 250. Kyler Coxsen is next with 182 points, followed by Michael Kruck’s 157, Scott Horn’s 151, Kyle Flynn’s 149, John Harrigan’s 132, and Josh Benge’s 130.
For the girls, Paola Teran led in total points with 254. Next best is Michelle Delumyea’s 237 points, then Whitney Lewis’ 167, Shannon Horn’s 132, and Diana Waite’s 114.
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